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Getting Snipcart custom data attributes into WordPress + Elementor Pricing Table

After shunning pagebuilders in WordPress long enough, I gave Elementor a try for a landing page layout and found it quite useful. I also realized how terribly far behind Gutenberg is! So, Elementor got me 90% of the way there, as is often the case in WordPress - simple, until it isn’t! Custom code in the theme’s functions.php got the last piece of the puzzle. Getting Snipcart custom data attributes into WordPress + Elementor Pricing Table full article

Low footprint tech hub

Aiming to create very low-cost, low-footprint self-contained workstations that can be deployed to areas lacking resources. A place you go to invest in knowledge and develop skills “The Knowledge Bank Network” Functions: knowledge bank offline WikiPedia, StackOverflow entertainment public domain movies, music, books, games communications share one connection Ideas to explore: raspberryPi control unit, acting as router, NAS OpenBSD dhcp pf to share connection local web server shows network status portal to documentation 10/100 switches - should be an abundance Low footprint tech hub full article

WordCamp Brisbane 2018 - WordPress as a Static Site Generator

In a tired, but inspired state, after attending this weekend’s WordCamp Brisbane 2018. Got to start with a big shout-out to all of the organizers, volunteers, speakers and attendees - THANK YOU! I’m far from a WordPress fanboi - I regularly talk people out of using self-hosted WordPress. As a tech industry professional, I feel responsible to not push everyone to use a certain technology unless it makes sense. For someone who isn’t interested in learning development and being responsible for security and performance of their server (or willing to pay someone else to be), I’d much sooner advise them to check-out a hosted platform, be it WordPress. WordCamp Brisbane 2018 - WordPress as a Static Site Generator full article

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